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Imaginatively named the Seven Bro7hers Beerhouse, it's the place for a house beer and a burger for £10. Meal and a match at Cafe Football Tucked away on the ground floor of the National Football Museum, Cafe Football have a special World Cup platter for £10 per person available during match times daily.Tel: 01 Pay as you feel summer Supper Clubs at Real Junk Food Project The Real Junk Food Project (pictured) are hosting a series of chef led supper clubs through the summer where you can pay-as-you-feel.Chefs create menus from the produce donated and rescued from potential wastage that day from across the city.Service is great and you can watch the antics at Neighbourhood without having to go in. Now open: Finca, Artisan, Avenue North, 18-22 Bridge Street, Manchester. Tel: 01 Ex-Hispi chef, Duncan Ranyard has teamed up with Recep Canliisik (The Lead Station), to launch a new seafood restaurant in Chorlton called The Oystercatcher.Opening at the end of June 2018, the restaurant and grill is located in the former Gray's Larder space on Manchester Road.